FSUPD: 10K Worth of Copper Stolen From FSU

By: FSUPD Release
By: FSUPD Release

Tallahassee, Florida - June 29, 2011 -

A large amount (approximately $10,000 worth) of copper tubing and fittings were stolen out of construction trailers at a construction site, according to the Florida State University Police Department. This occurred at the FSU Wellness Center construction site on Learning Way (near FSU Maintenance compound) on the evening of June 26 or early morning June 27. The subjects used saws to cut the tubing into smaller pieces. This incident was probably time consuming and noisy.

The FSU Police Department is actively investigating this case and requests any information that may be available concerning events related to this incident. Information may be reported anonymously via Big Bend Crime Stoppers by calling 850 574 TIPS. Remember, with Crime Stoppers you do not have to give your name and you may be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.


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